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VVATtttttJUlt KVBJNJNG DEMOCRAT. 1UESDA, JAJNUAK 12, 1904.
re Jacques 1 All this week Vaudeville, Press El ;di ldge, Two Huntings, Dean . Edsall land company and many other acts, J Sunday, Jan 17. at 4 p. m.-tf. M. C. A. meeting, speaker, the Rev F. B. jStockdaie, of this city, pastor Z First Methodist church. r ! Sunday, Jan 24. at 4 p.' m.-Y. ' M. C, A. meeting, speaker Brigadfer Alex Lamb of Wethersfield. divisional su perintendent Salvation Army. . '' PO LI'S tl if:. Wednesday evening, Jan 13. "Mar tin's Human Slave." Thursday, Janl4.-i-Al i Leach and the Three Rosebuds in VGirls Will; be Girls." , , ' . .Friday, Jan 15.Archie Boyd in "Joshua Whitcomb.", " Saturday evening, Jan 16. David Hlgglng and Georgia Waldron in "His Last Dollar." , " ', X: , I Friday, Jan 22. William Faver sham in "Miss Elizabeth's Prisoner.' ; ' Thursday evening, Jan 21.-UCoricert ; by; Prof Derwin's; Mandolin vorchee- i tra, -assisted by the Metropolitan quar. itet," the Yoimg Troubadours and the 'Harmony Banjo club. , Monday evening, Jan 25. Maude 'Adams In "The Pretty Sister of Jose.'f ; Thursday evening, Jan 28. Rogers Brothers. : v-o- .-. i :,:.: :, . VAUDBfVILLia AT THE JACQUES. ' Txcal vaudeville patrons had their first, opportunity yesterday ;. at the w acques to see tne t , renowned ; "com- taander-In-chief of the army of fun" in &hApers6n of Press ISldridge, "but the Way" they laughed and shouted at hi Ide-splitting talk Is proof that they l 'want to see him again and again. T: Eldridge is certainly . no ordinary Monologue entertainer. In many ways recalls Lew Dockstader, , prinelpal- y In the freshness and originality -oil ; Jokes, and jhe at once jumped Into .tot that indicated a popularity quite great as the noted minstrel enjoys Waterbury. There ' was . nothing e in bis talk and his style of .dellv nchis iokes is erisi and snaniiv as e jokes themselves. Manage' PollJias ven'iis the best there Is ui Press El- dire. and he should prove" an int ensely popular headlines during , the eek. Two associate headline acts re bffefed by the Four Hastings and BDean Edsall and : company , that are Stfgkly diverting. The former Is an ee eentric acrobatic comedy entitled "A Wight in a Fool House," and the latter ja comedietta named ;"A Wild Rose," jffrom the pen of Miss Edsall Jierself. jThough appealing ' to different tastes, paeh act is splendidly entertaining, miaking valuable adjuncts to the head Uiner promptly. .The remaining acts, nv,hieh are in -the main of a comedy na kurfe, are supplied by Van Fossea nd y CLangdon, 'Pallida' and Price and i clectrograpli. Prices are 10, 20 the and IRO cents; afternoon 10 and 'M cents, Jiadres 10. "A HUMAN SLAVE." 'This tlirilling melodrama,' which .will Uhave two performances at Poll's to-(onorrow- afternoon and evening, i.one foz intense interest and one which will (Appeal to all classes of theatergoers. )fThe play tells of the steadfast and su preme love of an honest young work jingman for a girl who is the daughter kit a wealthy iron founder; and of their uuenngs after tneir marriage tnruuu. e persecntion of a heartless scoun-el.- who was made a junior partner i he firm by the girl's father,-ahd who beecured his pal-toner's wealth by means wf trickery and fraud, and who Is him self in love with the young woman; a knore despicable villain was never, con ceived by a dramatist than JMemn Thornton, and the part is so well elaved bv J.: J. Hyland that, ho - is fereeted with a terrific storm of hisses pat eyery performance. Manager Ward Bias made a superb production of "A pri-aman Slave," and the scenic equip toieut will eaual. if not surpass, that of 4any attraction playing at Poll's this season. The company Is an excellent kne and includes Miss Olive Martin, as pviliarea axocKion ; aiiss ie - uuuon ithe iustlv celebrated female baritone, as June; Miss Edna Reming, as Toby; 'tW. H. Dehlman, as Dick Atherton; tTfliriB' McElhefn. as Sleeker; Wlinato &. Madden; as the irrepressible Berry ; . S.iSyrvester, as Gioranni, and bam : bathetic' doctor; Trices aTe popular.- "GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS." The. return engagement of Al' Leech Btirthft-ThrftA Ro&cbuda In ?GlrlSWill Be Girls' Thursday evening at Poll s arousing: no end of Interest because ,of the splendid performance that was given on the occasion of the first en No chances ' have been either in the nroduction or company since then, so that lovers of sprightly musical comedy may look for fft treat when this attraction returns, flhe production I9 made under William fcA. Bradv'ft direction, and in the com- rpauy are such well known players as . Felix Haney, Edgar Foreman, Harry navies, Arthur.Brock,,Vera Rial, Mary narr, Roma-Sider, Gladys Olaire, f'lirleHTiA nnnkp. nnd a Chorus Of forty tvif Binffprs mostlv. girls. The sale iof seats opens to-morrow at 23, 35, ,50, 75 cents and $1. ARCHIE BOYD. People who have seen clever Archie n "Tin nA Homestead" will be glad tn wpiVome'him 'in the title role of Mr fl'hnmrwfln'a first KUCCeSS. 'JOShUa rtviiitpomri" Fridav evening at Poll's Mr Boyd is not one whit inferior to ,Mr .Thompson in the delineation of rural Vharacter and as this production of if'.Toshua Whitcomb ' has been staged flbv Mr Thompson himself, it is sure to Sbe complete in every parucuiui. ! "HIS LAST DOLLAR." (' David HIggin and Georgia Waldron rliv "His Last Dollar" Saturday aiier Saoon and evening at Poll's. . GOOD WILL sSOCIAL CLUB. The fourth annual concert and prom 'Miad of the Good Will Scw-ial club .will , V& held in Speedwell hall to-niorrow E1TCD C night The committee in charge as sures a fine time to all persons who at tend. tThe following i the program: Waltz "Dear Old Girl" Morse Two-step "Waldmere" ....... Losey Schottische "Flatterer" . . . . Edwards Three-step "Portuguese" ...... Redter "Waltz "Helmet of Navarre. . . .Hirst Two-step ".Daisy Donahue" ... Mullen Schottische "Beaumarie" . ... Carnes Walt&-"Alwayg in the Way"... Smith Two-step "It was the Dutch"1. Mullen Three-step "Saratoga' . . . .. . Tobanl Waltz "What Would the Neigh bors ay ?" ... Mullen Two-step "Bed elia' ....... Schwartz iSchottlch "Dancing In th Star- light" ..... ,. ,..... .... v mm Two-step "Good-bye, Eliza Jane" : . ...... ... ....... .". ... von TUaer Waltz "A Kiss for Each Day of the Week" .... ..... . . ..... . Smith Three-step "Rosedale" . . . . .Wellesley Two-step "Laughing Water". . Hager Waltz Home. Sweet Jdome .uooawiii THE DERW1N CONCERT. ' Tbe Derwin mandolin orchestra has applied the finishing touches for its concert in Poll's theater Thursday evening. January 21. and has now ev erything prepared to give a most meri torious concert.' Tne list of assisting talent is very imposing, numbering among other splendid numbers the famous Metropolitan vocal quartet of .New York city. It is the first chance the local public has had of hearing these grand eingers, who have sung to the most cultured and honored people of our land, including presidentslead ing statesmen,, diplomats and, in fact, representative audiences of every kind, with the greatest success and high ap preciation. Surely Waterbury will not be unappreclative, and it is a long time since we have had an opportunity of listening' to good, artistic vocalists. The present Interest shown and the large amount of advance, tickets al ready disposed of s a sure indication of a weir patronized and euceessrui con cert.' Those purchasing these advance tickets, which, are - now on gale at the music stores,' can exchange them for reserved seats on January 18, two days previous to the regular sale, thus se curing the best seats. , MEETINGS TO-NIGHT. Company, G . drill. : Naturalists' -club. ' Myrtle temple, R. S. '. ( Team Drivers' union. Liberty circle,. F. of A. ' ; Uourt" Oregon. F. of A. Rainbow council, O. C. 1 . 5 Comstock lodge, K. of 1. ; Evergreen court, F. of A. ; X'ourt Wolf Tone, F. of A. liTaternity lodge, I. O. G. T, Court R. F. Phelan, F. of 'A.' rr First church Women's club. Nosahogan lodge, I. O. O. F. Hendricken council, K. of C. Brass City lodge, G- U. O. O. F. 4 Carpenters' and Joiners' union. Progressive council, O. U. A. M. ' , : Martha Washington council &-S. Pride of the Valley lodge, I. O. O. F.,' M.'U. - - . - ' v " ' Companion Court Cecilia M. Quigley, No 2G5 I. O. F. . , Lasalette circle, Companions . o c the Forest. ;- ,.' : ' . . Friendly 1 league School of ' house keeping, ladies' class," 9:30, - public school cookery, afternoon; Jea,gnQtmeji bers. 7:46i" physical . traininss FlAXdls' class 10:30, little girls' 4 o'clock, boys' and girls' 5 v o'clock, beginners' . 7 :4i, non-league members ,8:45;, .millinery, 30; mandoUn class, ,8 o; clock, CHAMBERLAIN AT WORK. British. Statesman lu ' AlTay Busy lj ' and Worki Far Into' the' !Hl?hf: , Apart f rbnx his occasional attention to gardening Mr. Joseph Chamberlainthe ex-colonial secretary of England, is probably as busy when at Highbury as during his heaviest official work, says F. A. Acland in the Booklovers Maga zine. .His correspondence and public duties have rather increased than oth erwise with his relinquishment of oflU-1 cial life. Two hundred letters on an average are received by him each day. All are read and answered personally with the aid of a private secretary and competent shorthand writers. This cor respondence has to be dealt with- most carefully, for artful opponents are for ever i laying cunning traps for the Bir mingham statesman, and too faithful friends are but little less troublesome -with their suggestions and conun drums. - 1 . - The house is beset with newspaper correspondents, with whom Mr, Cham berlain Is always popular. He talks freely with them and fully appreciates the power and influence of the press, yet no correspondent has ever extracted a secret from him. He works far Into the night parliamentary ?f life having accustomed him to late hours. Three In the morning often finds him still at his desk. His speeches are carefully pre pared and are privately declaimed ; to his secretary the day before delivery, the statesman meanwhile smoking a brier pipe or a fat black cigar. tTHE GOSPEi: OF EPICURUS. President Hyde of Bowdoln College Urge Merit of Itm Teachings. .President Hyde of Bowdoln college addressed the Twentieth Century club at Boston the other day on "Epicurean lsm' and condemned the life wasted by low aim and luxurious living. He asked: ,v C i .-.''.. ' "Have we ever stopped to think how much there is In epicureanism which we not only might but which we ought to adopt? Epicureanism Is essentially a gospel, not only a pleasure, but also of play, and most of our games are the means of relief work, which Epicurus sanctions. The man who goes on work ing without giving a considerable peri od of play is selling his great birth right of personality for a mess of com mercial pottage. ' ' '"On the other hand, the doctrine is not without its shortcomings, and the lectures to come will show us that there are sterner, broader, deeper standards of living than those of Epicurus. With out the background of devotion to do mestic and natural life epicureanism is only a parasite on the complete indi vidual and social life." . Bears tie Kind Yoo HavB Always Bought NEWS FROM x THE ! SUBURBAN TOWNS i NAUGATUCK NUGGETS. Superintendent McCarthy . Will Clean Walks at Property Owners' Expense. A man whose name' could not be learned was badly Injured last . night by falling on a sidewalk on Rubber avenue. One suit for, damages, has been Instituted against the borough on account of slippery walks and it ;will not be surprising if many more are brought before many days. Road Su perintendent McCarthy declare his workmen axe going to clean off afl walks not . already cleaned and the owners of the property will have to stand for the bill. ' ' The newly elected officers of St Francis's T. A. B. society were in stalled ! last evening at the . regnlaT meeting. . After the 'business meeting a smoker and social session was held. This society is rapidly increasing 1 in membership, new members being re-i ceived every meeting. The object of the society is a worthy one and its in fluence in this direction is plainly evi dent - ' . Elizabeth, the 2-yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs James Kane of Bridge tberla. llw funeral t held Tester- dav afternoon at 5 o'clock. Interment was in St James's cemetery. . A number of young people are going on a sleigh ride to Oakville to:iiight. Thursdav evening the bazaar and fair to be given by the St Cecilia T. A B. and St Francis T.'A. B. societies will open at Columbus hall. A street TvnrfldA in which several societies in town will rtarticinate will be held pre vlous to the opening of the fair. The rommiuftfl of "i arrangements have spared no naina to make this fair a suc cessful one and they guarantee an en joyable time to an wno attena Ojeda council, K. of C, will hold an imnortant meeting , to-night. -Every mMnhr iti renuested to be present. The boxes for the annual ball will be ; disposed of to the members to-mgnt. TArfltiir fSrAlnrt i-ttt Waterbury is I c lerking at Landers' clothing store. Nausratuck conclaTe. I. O. H.. will ' liave installation of. officers at their , metine his evening, after which re- j freshments will be ' served. District npmirifttfTohnson ' of . Wlnstedrt-anil Splain of Waterhury will Do in coarge. A delegation from the water Dury con clave will be present ; ) WATERVILLE. The People of This Village Waut Bet ter Mail Service. The . subject of the most Interest in the village at present is in regard to a postomce. .Some want a rural deliv- m nrtmlis. nrnar. n -tr. ; catlKflurl , with the old;" way of ' walkinar a mile: find mall. lhe village now is large enougn to have better accommodations. The rural delivery comes as far as Cottage park. It is only a few steps to the vil lage. 1 - The Waterville Dramatic club ispre pa ring the Irish 7. drama of "Kathleen Mavourneen," consisting of four acts, -This play is to be given for the benefit I of the, Waterville base ball team. The i first rehearsal will be held next Thurs- I day evening, Jean Ingraham as instmc. tor. This play will be produced on t Pati-ick's eve. J. J. Sullivan of New fork city is in town on business for , the American Pin Co.s The choir of St Paul's church have made anrangements to give ah enter tainment at the parish hall February 16., Prayer meeting at Grace M. E. church thia evening at 7:45 o'clock. The Rev J. J. Moffet will act as leader The Uniform Rank company. No ii, will hold their , regular meeting at Good Will hall this evening at 8 o'clock. ' ' - Miss Isola Mosley, who has been con? fined to ' her home for the past week, is much improved. George Franks, who has been ill for the past two weeks, is reported much improved. The oncers of Good Will lodge, 1 No 54, K.' of P, were installed last even ing. The scholars of the sixth grade had a sleigh ride to Thomaston yesterday afternoon in one of theiWelton s large sleighs, under the supervision of Miss J. T. White, their teacner. NEW WALKING RECORD. Rock Island Man's Feat of Physical Endurance. ..... A feat of physical endurance was completed (by Herman Schaele of Rock Island, 111., which breaks the world's record, soys the Chicago Inter Ocean. He made a wager that he could lower the record, for walking without rest, which was 86 hours and 17 minutes. He began his task the other morning and did not give up until he had been on his beat, a block in length, for forty hours, thus lowering the record :by nearly, four hours. He was allowed fifteen minutes for meals, which is customary in a contest of the natum Schaele was greatly fa tigued by his self imposed task, but is suffering no ill effects. A Jfevr Enemy of Rum. The Shawnee News gives a novel remedy for the "drink habit," or, rath- er, for enabling those who have "sworn off" to remain "on the water cart." It consists of ice water drank through a raw. potato. Peel the potato and cut down one end of it until It can be easi ly inserted in the mouth. Dip the po tato In water and suck it every time a craving for strong drink comes on. It is claimed that this treatment will effect an absolute cure, says the Kan sas City Journal. ?The why and where fore are not stated, but the process la suqh a. simple one that there can be no harm In trying It If any one is afflict ed with a thirst which he really desires . to lose. WATERTOWN JOHINGS Harvesting Ice Which Thick. Is Two Feet The regular . meeting of the Masons was held last evening, The coasting on the hill leadincr from the postofllce toward the brick store was very good last evening and inanv of the young folks enjoyed a pleasant wvening. ' Business fs on the increase at , the Heminway &,Bartlett silk factory. It Is reported that the ice at Winne- maug lake is about two inches in thick ness. ' It Is expected that there : will be some important meetings this week oetween the selectmen of the town and Burton H. juattoon, the town treas urer, jvir aiattoon was asked to re sign Jby the first selectman, James G. bkiiton, but flatly refused, saving that he would .not reslgn his office while under . pre. Many of his . , staunch friends stand by him in this and say It was a wise step in refusing to re sign. Others think it will only tend to make : matters more complicated,; and -."' V:","",".r"'"e ex plan lions. The iwys of the junior bible class of Christ church are to give a pan-cake supper on Wednesday night from (5 to 8, The nroflts will ko toward building an additional class room which is much ' needed. They respectfully sck licit patronage and promise the best of pan-cakes and hash. Olliiton Judson is visiting friends in New York city. Gideon Hoffman j has moved' into James B. Woolson's tenement, recently vuuaieu oy tuiiuu rrejuuiui. Master Edward Fitzpatrick is afflict ed with a severe abscess in his ear. Jonas Hungerford is 1 seriously ill with penumonia. William Kane has moved into one ot Mrs 'James White's tenements, on the east side. Court Merrit Heminway will- meet this evening at Pythian, hall. All members are requested to be present as the officers for the , ensuing term will be installed. , Charles B. Woodward has been aP' pointed sexton of the Congregationa cnurcli. 1 . " . The young men of Christ church wIU nve an entertainment and dance in the parish rooms next Monday even iug;.Tanuary 'v iSjThe" entertainment will begin sharp at and will consist of a monologue, singing, clog dancing and Instrumental selections. A charge of 10 cents will cover admission and a further charge of 15 cents will be made for the dance. The proceeds will be given toward the parish paper, the pre liminary expenses of. which have been rTF16? OAKVILLE HAPPENINGS A few days ago T. D. Shanahani sta tion agent, advertised .for. . his , dog, which, ha .been lost over a week. He not only found hia own, but another of these5 Svahdering -v nnimals ;;wwajB brought to the station by somebody wne oeuevea .it was tne one advertised for and who did not wait for informa tion. 1 -Now very , likely Mr Shanahan will have to- advertise again in order to get rid of one. Mrs Charles F. Gradv andvson of BrooklynV'N. V., who have been spend ing an 1 extended visit at the former's parents, Mr and Mrs George Babin ot itaiJroad avenue,, returned home this morning. The Friendlv Helpers of All Saints church will meet at the home of G. A. Smith on .Wood street this evening.: v ' Mrsi Ganch's smother, of Knob hill. who haa been confined to her .home with heart trouble for some time, is slowly improving. t ' Mrs Richards of Newton' Heights is confined to her. bed with pneumonia. The fever is in Its first stage and the attending physician said this morning that he was confident its progress would be readily checked. , AT OAKLAND. Glendennfnar Lasted to Win 1T Ne From EscnUnt. , SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 12. Inter esting sport was. witnessed at Oakland, and .some of the events were marked by close finishes. Glendenning lasted long3 enough t in the fourth race, to . win by a nose from Escalante, and in the three-year-old race Judge defeated The Mighty by the shortest of noses after a struggle through the stretch. Sala ble upset calculations by taking the dash for two-year-olds. Richard- Dwy er was the! starter.- f Hildebrand rode three winners. Jockey Henry Spencer has returned from Los Angeles and will ride here. Results: ; First : Race Puredale won, Tellow- stone second, Emily Oliver third. Second Race Salable won, Raga monda second, Meda third, v. .' Third Race I Know , won, ILouiK Wagner second, Rollick third. , . Fourth Race Glendenning won, Es calante second, Jane Holly third. Fifth Race Judge won, The Mighty second, Hugh McGowan third. " : - Sixth Race Stuyve won, KJtty Kelly second, Rey Dare thirdy . . Grand Rapldw Trials Began. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Jan. 12. In the superior court' was begun the first of the trials of the officials-, former offi cials and prominent citizens arrested on charges of corruption in connection with the Lake Michigan water deal as a result of the sensational confession of former City Attorney Lant K. Sals bury alleging wholesale bribery and perjury. The first case was that.of ex Alderman Jacob Ellen, on the charge of accepting a bribe to aid in the deal in the council. Ex-Alderman t Malachi Kinney, who was to have been placed on triaf. was too ill to appear Iti court. Much difficulty is .expected in securing a jury to try ex-Alderman Ellen. POPULAR EOR.REIJS. EOR RENT Nicely ; furnished front room, Also one smaller room, with board, 24 East Liberty street, up stairs. ' 1-11-3: EOR RENT Six-room flat, corner North, Willow and Grove streets : also 6-room flat, corner Gilbert and West Main streets Inquire P. H, Carroll, Odd Fellows' block. 1-11-3 rpvO furnished front .rooms, suitable for J- two gentlemen. Inquire of Mrs. Bren- nan. 163 East Main street. 1-11-3 FOR RENT Flat of S rooms. First floor. All Improvements. Hall fur nished. 43 East Liberty street. V 1-9-3 v FOR RENT Seven rooms, second floor, 382 Mill Street, all Improvements. In quire Edward McMahon, 378 Mill St. ii.rr:Y...,v: ,. -. , 1-8-6;': TO RENT Front room, first floor fur nished. Suitable for one or two gen tlemen. Apply at Democrat office. 1-6-6 v TAKEN From 152 Charles street, Friday morning, setter pup, black ears and speckled black and white body. Please return and receive reward.' C. B. Hearn." 1-11-3 MADAM Xlbertl,.the celebrated palmist, is in the city for a short time. Par lors at 235 East Main, corner North Elm street ; Charges this week, 25c and 50c'. v " 1-7-6 Ju VENETTA, the Palmist and Clairvoyant, located at 140 North Main street, Is giving satisfaction to many callers , every day. Will remain a while longer. 1-4-tf OLD gas1, and .efectric fixtures made to look like new at half regular cost, waterbury Electric Plating and Chandelier Co., Morlarty's building, East Main street. Work guaranteed, called for and delivered. Telephone 243-15. 1 1-9-tf HAVE just fitted up-to-date Chandelier .. . works. " All kinds of brassware refin ished. Flat irons polished. C. W. Mes ser. Phoenix Avenue. 4 CARD OP THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thank's ' to friends- and neighbors for kindness shown us during our late be reavement. MR AND MRS .THOMAS NOLAN AND FAMILY. Thirteenth Annual, Concert, Sociable and Promenade . 1 - Given by ; R. J. Costello Lodge, No 423, B. R7T. AT CITY HALL, - - FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 15', 1904 Tickets Admitting Gentleman and Lady, 50c 1-12-3 THE MEN'S CLUB OF St John's Church : LECTURE COURSE - ' 1" 1904. January 21 R. Fulton Cutting, "Idealism in Politics." February 18 Georra Bowen Case. "Athetics." - ' ;.;-c'K,;;:-:',vs; I March 17 Nelson P. Lewis, C. B., "The Physical Development of Great er Newt York.'! , , i April ...2-MissMary . V. ,.Wortsellr ""rne. iNewf .xorK. zoological JL'arK." ' Single Ticket, 35c; Course Ticket, $1. ; Tickets for sale, at Davis & Nye's Holders of tickets will have seats re served for the fits lecture in Leaven worth hall on January. 21. The public will, b admitted without charge to this lecture, to the seating capacity of the hall. 1-12-3 LIMITED EXPRESS DERAILED. levB Paaaenirera We Injured, t ' w , Hone Fatally. NEW YORK, Jan. 12. The Chicago and New York limited express; east- bound, on the Delaware division of the Erie railroad has been wrecked at Sand's Switch, about fifty miles east of B'inghamton.' The whole train, con sisting of locomotive, tender and bag gage and passenger cars, left' the rails from some cause not yet determined. The f ollbwing : passengers were in jured, none fatally and for the most part hot seriously: Mrs. Reilly Adams, Olean, N. Y.; G. B. Barber, Port Jervis; Mrs. Anna Sheffer, Chicago; Mrs. L. F. Merriman, Akron, O. ; Mrs. Anna- Ba ker,v Wesrlield, N. J., ' and vMrs. sel Stevens, New York. None of thei traimnen was injured. Convicts escape. Gvard TVatcbirtsr For Them Killed by Train.. PLATTSBURG, N. Y.. Jan. 12.-Two trusted convicts of Clinton prison at Dannemora, James Roberts and John Stewart, have escaped. Roberts had less than three months of a ten years' sentence and Stewart less than two years of a six years' -Sentence to serve out. " Denis O'Brien, a prison guard who was stationed at Bluff Point Station, on the Delaware and Hudson railroad, three miles south of here, to watch all trains for the two fugitives, was killed last night by a passenger train. As the guard was alone at the time, there be ing no agent at the station during the winter months, it is not known how he met his death. r Sarafotf and the Vatican. ROME, Jan! 12. In an interview here Boris Sarafoff, who has just ar rived, Btated that the revolutionists in Macedonia were ready for any step and prepared to go to any extremity. He said that one of the objects of his visit to Rome was to learn what sup port the Vatican authorities would and could give his followers in Macedonia and that the Orthodox Christians of the Greek church in Macedonia were even prepared to go to .the length of leaving that church ' and joining the Roman communion, as, he declared, the late Pope Leo most anxiously desired. Sarafoff is being closely watched by ;the Italian police. ' IPiseellaijeous PENNY - A - WORD ADVS ANTED Table boarders' at 40 Center street, First floor. --S.-, 1-6-tf - WANTED To sell the best mado Watches ' Chains. Rincs. or anv other jewelry at the lowest prices. All work warranted as; represented or money refunded. Repairing ; in all its branches. Work called for and dejjvered free of charge. B. Ruby, 172 South Main Street. T'J ANTED Anyone looking for an over- coat, and to save monev at the same time, to call and inspect our, misfits. Also our line of second-hand overcoats, many worn a short time only. Wm. Possner, 303 sank street. . 9-29-tf : , ANTED Everybody ho owns a dog that is of anv vain to his owner to ca.l on Youmans, 251 South Main Street and have name, residence and registered number marked on collar. Collar alone will not protect your pets."' . . , 9tl2-tf WANTED Old soldiers and widows ol soldiers . to know that I secure pen sions witrout delay. Pension vouchers ex ecuted. . George Robbins. 63 Center street.' (Post 49, C. A. . R.) . Insurance, notary public- 12-3 l-ly.v WANTED, for U. S. Army, able bodied, - unmarried men. between aces of 21 and 35, citizens of United States of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For infor mation apply RECRUITING1 OFFICER, 89Q Chapel streets Ney Haven, 66 State street, Hartford, 1022 Main street, Bridgeport.ror 199 Bank street, Waterbury, :i : l-7-tf WANTED-rThose who don't go home t dinner to try one of our dinners. A cold dinner is bad for digestion arid a gooa hoi one will cost you no more. . Think of a full course dinner for 20c, or 6 for $ 1 .00. 5c and 10c lunches our specialty. Avery's restaurant, zjo outn Main, opposite Union. Bonds and Stocks Local Investments . , , a Specialty. : j :' CC L. HOIwiVtES, 63 North Main Street! ' " TUTORING. MATHEMATICS OF ANY GRADE AL.SO - LANGUAGES. H. S. GULLIVER, M. A. (Yale). ! lv? j Br Walnut street. . jacques: opera house ENTIRE WllElY, MONDAY, JAN 11. Matinees Every Day. s The-King o? Funmakers! Press Eldridge "Commander-in-Chief of Fun." Two Huntings, Dean Edsall & Co. And Many Others. i ' ALL STAR BILL. Prices 10,: 20, 30c. Matinees 10 and 20c, ladies 10c. P OLI'S THEATER. . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13. . Matinee and Night. J. M. Ward's Gigantic Production of the Thrilling Melodrama, A Httinan Slave ' The Acm of Stagecraft. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c; matinee 15 and 2Jc. ; Bate ox seats xuesaay, Jan.i, LrS.THEATliR, THURSDAY EVENING, JAN 14. . Special Return Engagement of MI EEPU AND THREE .i-Lttun ROSEBUDS In William A. Brady's Production of Girls Will Be Girls , Prices 252c, 35c, 50c, 75cr $1. - Sale of seats Wednesday, Jan id, jpOLPS -THEATER. t FRIDAY, JANUARY ,1k 1 , GRAND REVIVAL OF JOSHUA WHITCOMB Denman Thompson's First Success ARCHIE BOYD as Uncle Josh Prices 25, 35, 50, 75c, $1. Sale of seats Thursday. January 14. ANNUAL CONCERT OF THE Derwin Mandolin Orchestra. Assisted by the Metropolitan Vocal Quartet of New York, the Har mony Banjo j Club, the Young Troubadours, and J. J. Derwin, Mandolin and Banjo Soloist, at Poll's theater, ' : v. ' THURSDAY EVENING, JAN .; . 21. Advance tickets now on sale at mu sic stores and by members of the or chestra.? Purchasers of these can ex hanffa them for reserved seats two days previous to regular sale. 1-11-10 Horse Shoeing AND GENERAL . Waon Repairing ' 1 1 ' m ' ' ( - DONE IN FIRST CLASS SHIPS K.N.Blakeslee's 160 Meadow Stress. FOR RENT At 909 East Main, 6-room. - Apply 75 High street, 1-8-6 T0 YOU want a truss? If so go to Water U bury Drug Co., corner East Main and Spring streets, and get the advice of an ex perienced truss man, who has sold hun dreds of trusses to satisfied customers.' v-.- v.- 7-9-tf " TTiOR SALE Special offer In suburban J- . homes, if taken soon. One in th western part of the city, on the trolley line, which contains all that goes with an up-to- date residence, and V will sell it for $1,000, less than cost. Small amount down. Look this up. Also tenement and business prop erty paying 10 and 12 per cent. This is not a byword but a reality. J. E. Sandiford, Real Estate and Insurance, 109 Bank St. Telephone call 182. 9-11 -tf . FOR SALE My home, No 66 Kellogg ; Street, near' Hillside Avenue. The house is pracilcally new, finished through out in hard woods, four fireplaces, fine oak mantels; three bath rooms, two of which . have Tennessee marble wainscottings, tile floors and up to date fixtures,' ceilings and side walls burlapedj ' On account of leaving town I will sell at , a bargain, small' pay ment down, if desired 5 per cent Interest on balance. The location is one of the very best in the city," which will be : seen by a visit to the place. A fine home for any one who buys it. Do not let this oppor tunity go by if you are looking for a home. For further Information write me at Fulton, N.Y.. JAMES V. WASHBURN E.. , 9-29-tf A Poultry Farm la a safe place to Invest your money' and labor if you understand the poul try ; business. ; What other businesa can you Invest your money In and the same returns for the amount in; vested? Six acres with 5-rooEi house and barn for $1,000.. J. T. PHELAN. 42 Bank Street. Tafra iTfa& WALNUT STREET Property for sale: 12-room TimiA with 7. stalls, largo lot; Just the plaea for someone In the trucking, contra"f Ing or: any business where a number of horses are kept. Price right If sold at once. W. P. Jarrett, Real Estate, Insurance. 109 Bank St. ; Real Estate Notes: I wish to call your '.attention tn tT-. sale of some nice one-family hotisesr, Eight room house on Plaza avenue 0- room house on Hewlett street, 9-room iiu us on. oseiani arenne, lO-room-house on Holmes avenue. Remember. these are new and tro-to-datft one-fam ily nouses. ' PR CARROLL, Real Estate Man. , .pdd Fellows BM. FOR RENT. Two Choice Rooms. 2nd floor, Tletaey ' j ' Clock. . Inquire at Tiernefs Real Estate Office, 167 BANK. A Wall Diarififi Raal Ctn combines safety and profit and i founded on earth from -wMch ail wealth is derived. Look; will you will find that It Is the specu lator who suffers, while the investor in real estate generally ' prospers an I meets nis ODiigationg promptly. I ba"ve been i placing money on real estate for the past twenty years, and have not lost a single penny, for either lender or .borrower. If you have money, to loan, or, want to borrow, come anil . 4 4 T71 a.vr . m see me at io n Jast oiain srreer. Plain nronertr: thev are fln high and : dry, and we sell them it' prices to sxut tne purchaser, , and on ' easy terms.- To any purchaser paying casb we will build. , These lots are situated at the Jnnc- UUU kUV - .rvM.v VUU . and are on the route of the proposed, For free xicaets to me property m quire at - 8. J. TuRKUulAII, 109 Bank street. Room 32. PROF. fhpi oldesf and most TJODUlar Tim rh ei of Dancing in this city, makes ths an- nmmwrnMit thn.t on ;Tneada.v rrvanl-n. ' TATnhi 1f?. h "will Kitarf hia flf tin t beginners' class of the season. All tho- wishing to join win please call at his rooms, 6 and 7 Meigs block, Bask street. Open dally. ; NOTICE. ; On Sattirdav afternoon. Dpwrrhof 12, at 3 o'clock, I will ftart a beginners nac for children: Price 25a nw lc.nn MISS ; NiiLLYli 1 REED, Teacher of Dancing and Deportment, will, start a' beginners' class Tuesday. evening, January 5, 1904, in her new hall, 110 Bank street. Special terms, "4 private ana e class" lessons, $5; 12 class lessons $4. Glide waltz, two- step, schottische and three-steps taught perfectly in 12 class or 6 private les sons. Open every evening rrom 7 to 11, Glass every "Wednesday evening in Knights of Columbus hall. Special' rates to club of ten pupils. PROVOST If Your Old Piumbsr Cannot Gome, Try Us Wc don't want to deprive him of a job, but wish to assist thoss who have trouble with" their plumbing. Iwill give you the service of the highest paid men in the trade. If you are thinking about buying a stove ask about the STAMFORD, it will pay you to inquire, every one praises it that has used it. We do roofs and conductor work. P. H. GABRITY. 21 Bank St' Xeleshona 4